Recycled Vinyl Record Picture Frame
Photo frame made from a recycled LP record.
Display treasured memories in a distinct and unique way with the Recycled Vinyl Picture Frame. Manufactured from an unplayable LP destined for the landfill, the Vinyl Record Picture Frame is the perfect gift for any lover of music.
The 4.125" diameter center cut-out is perfect for displaying your favorite 5"x7" photo. Other parts of each recycled album are used to create drink coasters and cuff bracelets.
Features & specs
- Dimensions: 7" x 7" x 0.125"
- Made from a recycled vinyl record
- Picture opening: 4.125" diameter
- Made by hand in the USA
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Picture frame made from an old vinyl record
Regardless of whether you believe vinyl sounds better than digital, there is one thing that isn't up for debate: scratched vinyl sounds terrible.
The manufacturer behind the Recycled Vinyl Record Picture Frame gathers up albums that are no longer playable, rescuing them from the landfill. A single album is repurposed into a multitude of useful products including the unique picture frame shown below.
Every part of the record is recycled!
The manufacturer that creates the Recycled Record Picture Frame leaves nothing to waste.
They start by removing the center of the album and creating drink coasters. The sides are trimmed and transformed into cuff bracelets. The remainder is repurposed into the picture frame seen on this page. Even the album artwork is recycled into covers for writing journals.
Includes wall mounts
The Recycled Vinyl Picture Frame features simple tab wall mounts as well as a desktop stand.
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